Android Data Recovery Pro for Mac is an extraordinary data recovery tool to help you recover all lost or deleted Android files on Mac, including contacts, call history, photos, messages and etc. it's works well with Android phones and Android tablets, such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola and more.
The following is a user guide on how to recover Android data on Mac. The overall steps are:
Android Data Recovery Pro for Mac provides 2 types of device connection: via USB cable or Wi-Fi.
You can connect your Android device via a USB cable.
Step 1: Launch Android Data Recovery Pro for Mac and Choose "USB Cable Connection".
Step 2: Enable USB Debugging
Follow the guide to enable the USB debugging. The process varies for different versions of Android OS.
Step 3: Turn on USB Storage
Step 4: Enable Super User Authorization
Click on "Allow" on your device to allow the program super user authorization on the screen of your device when an app. Superuser Request pops up. Then click on "Start" to analyze data on your device.
Or, you can also connect your device via Wi-Fi network.
Step 1: open Android Data Recovery App on your Device
Download Tenorshare Android Data Recovery app from Google Play and run it on your Android phone. If you can't download it from Google Play, you can get the APK manually and install it by yourself.
Step 2: Click on "Scan QR Code to Connect" Button
Tap "Scan QR Code to Connect" Button in Android Data Recovery app on your Android phone.
Step 3: Scan QR Code to Get Connected
Scan the QR code with Android Data Recovery app to get your device connected.
Android Data Recovery Pro for Mac provides 2 recovery modes:
This mode only takes several minutes to scan lost files on your android phone and presents them in original name and folder structure.
Step 1: Select Recovery Mode
Click on "Quick Recovery" to start scanning lost data on your Android device.
Step 2: Start to Scan Android Phone for Lost Data
It will take several minutes to scan lost contacts, call history, messages, photos and etc on your Android device.
If you can't find the lost files you want with "Quick Recovery", then you can use "Deep Recovery" with a 100% deep scan.
Step 1: Choose Recovery Mode
Click on "Deep Recovery" to deep scan all files on your device.
Step 2: Specify File Types to Scan
You can specify file type to start scan in order to save time. You can selectively turn off the file type you don't want to scan.
Step 3: Start to Scan Android Phone
Click on "Scan" to start both lost and existing files scanning. Wait patiently since it takes you relatively longer time.
After a while, the recoverable files are listed by file types. Here we supposed you need to recover photos. Click "Photos" on the left and check the photo files appearing on the right. Click "Recover" to save them on your PC.
After scanning, you files will be listed according to file types. You can select any one of them to preview first.
Select the files you need to restore and click on "Recover". Then choose a save path.
Contacts, text messages and call history will be saved in TXT, XML, or Excel. As for photos, you can save them in JPG, TIFF/TIF, PNG, BMP, GIF, and videos in MP4, 3GP, AVI, WMV, ASF, FLV, RM, M4V, MOV, 3G2, SWF, MPG. For audios, you are allowed to save them in MP3, MIDI, WAV, WMA, RA, AIFF, OGG, etc.